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Welcome to our November Newswire...

Our aim is to keep you up to date with ideas and information that will help you gain the best possible advantages in working with us. This newswire will be sent regularly to help achieve this aim, and we hope you enjoy reading them.

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Charities need to focus on survival following shocking survey

An expert from Chartered Accountants The Fish Partnership has said that charities need to remain focused after a new survey has indicated low confidence in the sector.

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Exam success for accountancy duo

Two trainees at one of Buckinghamshire’s leading Chartered Accountancy firms The Fish Partnership are celebrating having passed important exams.

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Fish Partnership calls on farmers to make the most of Annual Investment Allowance

Buckinghamshire-based accountants The Fish Partnership are encouraging farming businesses to take full advantage of the increase to annual investment allowance (AIA).

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Fish Partnership assists parish councils with finances

A dozen parish councils in Wycombe have benefited from advice on their finances from leading local accountants The Fish Partnership.

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Stamp duty tax take rises as house prices increase

Official figures show that house prices in England have risen considerably faster than in the rest of the United Kingdom in the past year.

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Chartered Institute of Taxation opposed to tax evasion penalty changes

Plans to stiffen the penalties for offshore tax evasion have been criticised by lawyers and tax advisers who have warned that they could end up criminalising people and companies who have unwittingly broken the rules.

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Top ten countries revealed for chasing tax dodgers

Last year, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) co-ordinated an agreement to automatically swap tax information with finance ministers from 51 countries.

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UK born non-doms will suffer under new rules, according to tax advisers

Members of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) have raised concerns about the government’s proposals to reform taxation for non-domiciles, as they fear it could lead to an unfair result for those born in the UK who spend most of their lives abroad, but later return.

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New data shows inheritance tax bill increase

According to new analysis of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) data, the cost of passing on wealth to the next generation has increased by three per cent or £5,000 in one year.

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HMRC outlines Benefits in Kind and expenses real time reporting

PAYE legislation is changing from 5 April 2016, so employers who intend to or are already payrolling benefits and expenses must register with HMRC using the new online Payrolling Benefits in Kind (PBIK) service.

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Key Dates

19 November 2015 – Deadline for postal payments remittance of PAYE, NICs and CIS to HMRC.

22 November 2015 – Deadline for electronic remittance of PAYE, NICs and CIS to HMRC.

19 December 2015 – Deadline for postal payments remittance of PAYE, NICs and CIS to HMRC.

Corporation Tax payments are due nine months and one day following your financial year end. For example, if year end is 31 December 2015, any Corporation Tax owed must be paid by 1 October 2016

Payments of PAYE and NI must reach HMRC by the 19th of the month following the tax month in which the salary payment was made if paying by cheque, or by the 22nd of the month if paying electronically. Please note that if the 19th or 22nd falls on a weekend or bank holiday, payment must reach HMRC on the last working day before the weekend or holiday.